Frequently Asked Questions
Who can study abroad?
Students of any major can participate in the programs we offer and some majors even require study abroad. While some programs offer classes taught in a foreign language, many have no foreign language requirement. A cumulative GPA of approximately 2.5 or sometimes higher is required. All credits for IU Southeast and IU programs count toward meeting graduation requirements. Financial aid can apply toward study abroad costs and scholarships are available.
Where can I go? And for how long?
Students have options to go on short study trips (2 - 4 weeks) with campus faculty. Upcoming faculty-led trips include Ecuador, France, Costa Rica, Cuba, Samoa, Wales, and other pending programs. Students can also participate in one of the hundreds of programs in about 50 countries available through the IU System, with options ranging from a few weeks to a whole semester or a full academic year. These locations include:
- British Virgin Islands
- Cayman Islands
- Czech Republic
- Dominican Republic
- New Zealand
- South Africa
- South Korea
- United Kingdom (England, Northern Ireland, Scotland, Wales)
Can I afford it?
Where can I get more info?
We would like to meet with you to help you find the program that fits you best! Please fill out this web form and we will follow up with you.
In the meantime, if you think you might be interested in one of the IU System programs, check out their Study Abroad 101 video.